Manchester United will go all out to knock Liverpool off top spot in the Premier League when they travel to Burnley tonight.
Victory at Turf Moor will see the Red Devils make first place their own – currently trailing the Reds by goal difference with both teams on 33 points.
And with four wins in their last five league games, United are high on confidence heading into their game in hand on the leaders against 16th-placed Burnley.
With Sunday’s top-of-the table clash against the Reds looming, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is cautious about getting ahead of themselves as they look to end a title drought that has stretched from 2013.
The Norwegian says: “With the results we got in the beginning, it maybe made it more difficult for the players.
“We’re better off this season than we were at this stage last season. We’ve played better football, won more games.
“Nobody remembers who’s top on January 12th but we’re progressing. You need to win your game in hand to get points on the board.
“It’s Burnley away and it doesn’t matter where we stand in the league after this one.
“We have to go into every game humble and to work hard. We need to be aggressive, hard to play against, no matter what.”
United have a number of injury doubts, with Paul Pogba, Eric Bailly, Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof missing the FA Cup win over Watford at the weekend.
Solskjaer adds: “All of them trained [yesterday].
“Paul and Eric didn’t do all of it but Luke and Victor did, so I've got a decent amount of players to pick from.”